Hertz Global Holdings Inc (NYSE:HTZ) has launched the Hertz Autumn Sale to offer customers with huge savings on vehicle hire in over 100 nations. The offer on rentals is valid from September 1, 2015, through March 20, 2016, and bookings can be done from September 1 until September 30, 2015, and savings will be applicable at both online and phone reservation.
Hertz stated that customers can avail huge discounts of up to 25% on qualifying outbound or domestic rentals in Europe, 20% in the Asia Pacific, South America and the Caribbean and up to 20% in Africa and the Middle East. Also, the sale offers as much as 20% savings on approved outbound rental service to North America.
The discounted van rentals are also available in Norway, Spain, Switzerland, UK, Germany, France and Italy. The rentals booked through the sale will earn reward days and loyalty points through the Hertz Gold Plus Rewards plan.
The Autumn Sale is offering rental services on a wide range of vehicles right from family hatchbacks to economical city cars, people carriers and luxury vehicles. Many locations are offering discounts on Hertz’s popular Green, Prestige, Fun and Family Collections. The clients renting from the Fun and Prestige Collections can benefit from company’s Make and Model Guarantee, indicating that they will get the exact car they selected when booking.
Hertz Global Holdings Inc (NYSE:HTZ) reported that all discounts on rentals under program are subject to terms and availability. The discounts do not apply to charges like taxes, surcharges, expenses on child seats, additional drivers and likewise. The offer is applicable only on announced locations. The rental lengths, car groups and discounts can differ with country. The minimum keep is for three days and additional restrictions may be applicable in different nations. Also, the rentals cannot surpass fourteen day.
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